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The Fantasy Edge: 2018 Fantasy Football Rookie WRs


This week on The Fantasy Edge we discuss the rookie wide receivers of 2018. We  have a thinner selection this season than in recent years. Are there any 2018 Fantasy Football Rookie WRs to emerge from such a small draft pool?

Jonathan Chan is back from vacation this week, so he and  Richard Savill discuss some of these rookie receivers entering the league and the values they bring to fantasy.

The guys also continue the discussion on RBs and some of commitees in the NFL. New York Jets, Tennessee, Oakland, Detroit and others.

The Fantasy Edge: 2018 Fantasy Football Rookie WRs

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2018 Fantasy Football Rookie WRs

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In this podcast we discuss:

Michael Gallup, WR, Dallas Cowboys

With the departure of Dez Bryant and ongoing problems for Terrance Williams, a large void of targets creates an opening for Gallup. Is he trustwothy enough to rise into fantasy prominence?

Calvin Ridley, WR, Atlanta Falcons

To many observers, Ridley enters the league as the most complete and NFL ready wide receivers entering the NFL this season. What does he bring to the Falcons; where on the face of it he looks simply like an upgrade on Taylor Gabriel?

James Washington, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers

Washington enters the Steelers like others, even JuJu Smith-Schuster, as playing in the shadow of Antonio Brown. Therefore, do we have to look beyond 2018 for players like Washington?

D.J. Moore, WR, Carolina Panthers

Moore already has the second receiver spot to open camp. Cam Newton however, continues without any single credit of developing a connection with any newcomer into a solid fantasy WR1. Is Moore just another on the Panther pile of receivers that maintain places in the lesser levels of fantasy?

Running Back Committees

Jonathan and Richard look at several franchise running back committees and who are among the best prospects should injury occur within them. Also, RBBCs can break apart if a particular hot hand emerges, so who can we draft on the cheap for a possible bonanza return?

All this and much, much, more on The Fantasy Edge…

… giving you the edge for your fantasy football team

Visit the F6P Fantasy Football Draft Kit Page for more advice to get you prepared for the 2018 season.

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About Richard Savill

Richard is an NFL Fantasy Football Writer and Editor of Fantasy Six Pack. Host of The Fantasy Edge Podcast. FantasyPros Contributor. Member of the FSWA. Richard is known for his "outside the box" insight into NFL fantasy football. Winner of the 16-Team 2015 FSWA challenge.

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